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Heliogabalus; or, the Crowned Anarchist by Antonin Artaud
According to Artuad, he attempted to do that through destruction of what heliogwbalo sacred, and one of his prime weapons was sex. Elagabalus declared the date of the victory at Antioch to be the beginning of his reign and assumed the imperial titles without prior senatorial approval. He was a senator under emperor Commodus and governor of Smyrna after the death of Septimius Severus. But the last section of the book sings.
Jul 16, A rated it really liked heliogsbalo Shelves: Oriette D’Angelo rated it it was amazing Sep 18, Elagabalus tried to have his presumed lover, the charioteer Hieroclesdeclared Caesar while another alleged lover, the athlete Aurelius Zoticus, was appointed to the non-administrative but influential position of Master of the Chamber, or Cubicularius.
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Jul 27, Francesco D’Isa rated it really liked it Shelves: As a token of respect for Roman religion, however, Elagabalus joined either AstarteMinervaUrania wntonin, or some combination of the three to Elagabal as consort. Especially based on this quote: As a contemporary of Anonin, Cassius Dio’s account of his reign is generally considered more reliable than the Augustan Historyalthough by his own admission  Dio spent the greater part of the relevant period outside of Rome and had to rely on second-hand information.
Artaud, especially, expressed disdain for Western theatre of the day, panning the ordered plot and scripted language his contemporaries typically employed to convey ideas, and he recorded his ideas in such works as Le Theatre de la cruaute and The Theatre and Its Double.
Herodian, Roman HistoryBook 5English translation. For readers of the modern age, The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon —94 further cemented the scandalous reputation of Elagabalus.
Always the idea of performance as ritual, of symbols drawn into the material realm, thereby transforming it into something truer and purer transmutation, if you will.
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His Heliogabalus is a tale about a madman told by another madman, the fantastic ejaculation of a poetical mind. Through these sewers, coiling into broiling corkscrews whose circles diminish the further arfaud descend to the depths of the earth, the blood of those sacrificed according to the needful rites will find its way back to the geological seams, the congealed cracks of chaos. Whilst reading this, I considered for the first time the difficulty Artaud’s writing must pose for the translator.
As with most of his prose, it’s split between passages of brutal, visceral, and dreamlike body imagery and then more theoretical passages built off this. To ask other readers questions about Heliogabalus; or, the Crowned Anarchistplease sign up.
No one held the reins, and no one rode in the chariot; the vehicle was escorted as if the god himself were the charioteer. The Augustan History claims that he also married a man named Zoticus, an athlete from Smyrna, in a public ceremony at Rome. What is normal, and who amtonin Elagabalus’s family held hereditary rights to the priesthood of the sun god Elagabal, of heluogabalo Elagabalus was the high priest at Emesa modern Homs in Roman Syria.
He achieved in himself the identity of opposites, but did not achieve it without harm, and his devout pederasty had no origin other than an obstinate and abstract conflict between Masculine and Feminine. University of Michigan Press. That the quest of Ahab was also his is quite evident; whether he was able to leave us a map of the journey to the Infinite is another matter, proven only in the artauv.
Artaud finds one of his doubles in Heliogabalus, a Roman emperor who makes most other rulers look tame in comparison.
Antoninianus of Julia Maesa. Be the first to ask a question about Heliogabalus; or, the Crowned Anarchist. Views Read Edit View history. Because it’s not a straightforward biography, we get a real sense of the psychology and dichotomies within the child god emperor, but not any detailed chronology.
Heliogabalus; or, the Crowned Anarchist
The deity Elagabalus was initially venerated at Emesa. In this version of events, once Elagabalus, his mother, and his immediate circle had been murdered, a hrliogabalo of character assassination began, resulting in a grotesque caricature that has persisted to the present day. Since the reign of Septimius Severussun worship had increased throughout the Empire.